Numerous times in the past you have been told that Britain is a Constitutional monarchy which you claim is false because we do not have one physical Constitution.<quoted text>
Poor NotBot: as always, never the quote he needs, so he has to make them up.
The only person making up stuff is you - excuses - rather than dealing with the substance of my posts.
Right. So while we must provide thorough research and evidence for our arguments, you are at liberties to provide nothing for yours other than assertions, ad homs and the odd dictionary definition (because dictionaries dictate reality for reasons known only to you).<quoted text>All I need, SuperFAG: you have contributed anything new in two months.
So, we act like adults, and you act like a child.
Yes, I agree; that is all you are required to do as that is all you are capable of actually doing.
[mon-er-kee] noun, plural mon·ar·chies.
1. a state or nation in which the supreme power is actually or nominally lodged in a monarch. Compare absolute monarchy, limited monarchy.
2. supreme power or sovereignty held by a single person.
1. See kingdom.
A system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives.
A state governed in such a way.
SupaAFC: two politics degrees.<quoted text>$49 each, with a frame, good deal for you, eh, SuperFAG?
Barefoot: no politics degrees.
That is why your "debate" with me about British politics has been so uneven and I routinely get you frustrated all the time. I am actually educated in what I speak about; you, evidently, are not.
Nope, it's cited right in your own pastejob in definition 1.<quoted text>Poor SuperFAG: stuck making up his own quotes and his own definitions.
If Britain is a monarchy then our Queen should be making laws. But she doesn't, because that is the role of the Commons.
The Commons are democractically elected.
Conclusion: Britain is a Parliamentary democracy with a figurehead monarch.
Conclusion: Barefoot is flat out wrong.
Prove me wrong, manchild: show our monarchy in action - preferably in my lifetime.